I wanted to pass this notice on to UPC members and friends.
It is this type of event that the UPC aspire's to bring to SJSU.
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WHY DO WE HATE GENTRIFICATION?
Wednesday, November 7, 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Location: The UC Berkeley Journalism School Library
121 North Gate Hall
At the intersection of Hearst and Euclid on the UCBkly Campus
A discussion sponsored by the UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism,
College of Environmental Design, the Berkeley Program on Housing and Urban
Policy and BRIDGE Housing Corporation
What's the difference between gentrification and community revitalization?
Why do we celebrate increasing property values in suburbia, but disapprove
of the same increases in poorer communities? Who benefits from community
redevelopment, who is hurt, and what are the alternatives?
The Terner Series on Urban Development presents informal salon-style
discussions; industry professionals, students, and community members are
invited to attend. No RSVP necessary. For information, email
. The Series is sponsored by UC Berkeley's
Graduate School of Journalism, College of Environmental Design, Berkeley
Program on Housing and Urban Policy, and BRIDGE Housing Corporation.
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